Antonio Brown is getting an MRI on his right knee.
Brown appeared to tweak his right knee toward the end of the first half of yesterday’s Divisional Round win over the Saints, and he looked to tell Bucs quarterback Tom Brady that he was fine heading into halftime, but he sat out for much of the second half. Ahead of this Sunday’s NFC title game against the Packers, Tampa Bay will have to hope this isn’t anything too serious. More information on Brown’s status should become available within the next couple of days.
Deonte Harris (neck) is officially out for the rest of tonight.
Harris has been out since early in the game, so this is unfortunate for the dynamic returner/receiver. Harris had a 54-yard punt return before leaving, but he didn’t get a chance to do much on offense because of the injury. After a big role in the Wild Card Round last week, Harris is definitely someone to keep an eye on moving forward. He’ll now hope his team can get past the Bucs in the Divisional Round and advance to the NFC title game next week.
Patrick Mahomes (concussion) has been ruled out for the rest of today.
This is tough to hear, with the Chiefs looking to hold on against a surging Browns team in the fourth quarter. Before leaving, Mahomes was 21/30 for 255 yards and one passing touchdown along with three carries for 14 yards and one rushing touchdown. Hopefully Mahomes is feeling better soon and can return next Sunday if Kansas City finishes off today’s game and makes it to the AFC title game.
Patrick Mahomes is being evaluated for a concussion.
We were awaiting official word from the Chiefs, as this was a bit of an odd situation. Mahomes did not appear to take any hit to the head, but he came up and appeared dazed before leaving the game on a third-quarter run. The good news is Mahomes was able to jog to the locker room, so we’ll see if he can get cleared and return with the Chiefs up 12 points in the third quarter with a trip to the AFC Championship Game on the line.
Taysom Hill (knee) is officially out for the Divisional Round.
Hill was able to battle through the knee injury last week, but it’ll keep him out today versus the Bucs. With Latavius Murray (quad) also out for New Orleans, Alvin Kamara and Michael Thomas will likely get a ton of looks in Sean Payton’s offense.
Latavius Murray (quad) is officially inactive for the Divisional Round.
Alvin Kamara is set for a massive workload against a stingy Buccaneers defense with a trip to the NFC Championship on the line.
Ronald Jones II (quad) is officially active for the Buccaneers.
While Jones is active, a healthier Leonard Fournette will start at running back and is expected to handle most of the work in today’s Divisional Round game against the Saints.
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